Civale (3-4) took the loss against the White Sox on Thursday, giving up four earned runs on three hits over 4.1 innings, striking out four and walking three as the Indians fell 8-0.
Civale had been on a dominant run coming into this contest, but he saw it come to an end against the White Sox, with long balls he served up to James McCann and Daniel Palka accounting for all the damage against him. He's still put up fantastic numbers this season, boasting a 2.34 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and a 46:16 K:BB across 57.2 innings.
Civale allowed one earned run on four hits and a walk while striking out four across 7.2 innings Wednesday against the Tigers. He did not factor into the decision.
Civale allowed his lone run in the third inning, but he otherwise held the Tigers lineup in check. He generated only five swinging strikes, yet he took advantage of the positive matchup by generating 17 called strikes and beginning 20 of the 27 batters he faced with a strike. Civale has allowed two earned runs or fewer in all nine of his starts with the big-league club, though Wednesday's outing marked his longest effort with the Indians. With the team having a day off Monday, Civale's next start is projected for Wednesday at the White Sox.
Civale is scheduled to start Wednesday's game against the Tigers.
Civale is technically returning to the mound on his normal four days' rest, even though the three innings he covered Friday against the Twins won't count on his season ledger after the game was postponed. After Wednesday's outing, Civale will tentatively line up for two starts in the season's final week, though it's possible manager Terry Francona uses the Sept. 23 off day to bump ace Mike Clevinger ahead of the rookie in the pitching order.
Civale won't make his scheduled start Friday night against the Twins after the game was postponed due to weather.
The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Saturday. Cleveland has already announced that Mike Clevinger will toe the rubber for Game 1 of the twin bill, so it's unclear when Civale will take the mound next.
Civale surrendered one run on three hits and three walks over five innings during Saturday's 5-3 loss to Minnesota. He struck out four and did not factor in the decision.
The 24-year-old didn't have his best command Saturday and threw only 42 of his 80 pitches for strikes, but he was able to keep the Twins off the board after allowing a solo homer to Mitch Garver in the first inning. Civale continued his impressive rookie campaign and has a 1.93 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 38:12 K:BB through 46.2 innings. He projects to pitch against the Twins again next weekend.
Civale (3-3) got the win against the White Sox on Monday, giving up three runs (one earned) on seven hits over five innings, striking out four and walking three in an 11-3 victory for the Indians.
He missed a quality start by one inning, but it was still another solid stat line for the 24-year-old, as only two of the runs against him were earned thanks to a pair of errors from his defense. Civale has been lights-out in his 41.2 big-league innings so far, posting a 1.94 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 34:9 K:BB. He'll have a tough matchup for his next start, which is set for a Saturday road bout with the Twins.
Civale (2-3) picked up the win Wednesday, allowing two runs on six hits over seven innings while striking out five as Cleveland downed the Tigers, 4-2.
The right-hander hasn't given up more than two earned runs in any of his six trips to the mound in the majors this season, but this outing was his longest to date. Civale will take a 1.96 ERA and 30:6 K:BB through 36.2 innings into his next start Monday, at home against the White Sox.
Civale (1-3) allowed two earned runs, four hits and no walks while striking out three across 5.2 innings to take the loss Thursday against the Mets.
Civale had his start cut short by a lengthy rain delay, denying him the chance for a quality start. His only real trouble came in the fourth frame, when he allowed back-to-back doubles that resulted in both of his earned runs crossing the plate. He's made a strong impression in his first five career starts, working 29.2 innings and allowing just six earned runs while racking up 25 strikeouts. He'll look to keep things going in his next outing, currently scheduled for Wednesday at Detroit.
Civale (1-2) allowed three runs (two earned) on eight hits with two walks and four strikeouts across six innings while taking a loss against the Yankees on Friday.
The right-hander gave up two runs in the first and then an unearned run, which proved to be the difference, during the fifth. This was the first time Civale allowed more than a run in any of his four starts, and yet he has a losing record. He also owns a 1.50 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 22 strikeouts in 24 MLB innings. Civale will make his next start at the Mets on Wednesday.
Civale allowed one run on four hits in six innings Sunday, striking out five while not factoring in the decision during the win over the Twins.
In three starts to begin his MLB career, Civale owns an 18:4 K:BB with a minuscule 1.00 ERA over 18 frames. The 24-year-old allowed an RBI sacrifice fly in the second inning but kept Minnesota's bats fairly quiet the rest of the day. With the way he's pitched so far, Civale should stick around in the rotation at least until Corey Kluber (forearm) returns from the injured list. Assuming that's the case, the right-handed rookie will get a tough road test against the Yankees on Friday.
Civale is listed as the Indians' probable starter for Sunday's game against the Twins.
Civale was called up from Triple-A Columbus on Monday to replace Danny Salazar (groin) in the rotation and spun a gem, permitting only one run over six innings while striking out seven in a 1-0 loss to the Rangers. The rookie right-hander will be rewarded with another start for his efforts but won't make for the most comfortable option in fantasy lineups as he heads to Minnesota to face a Twins offense that ranks third in the majors this season in team wRC+ (116). Civale may not have much longevity in the rotation beyond Sunday, as Corey Kluber (forearm) is set to make his second minor-league rehab start next week and could be ready to return from the 60-day injured list following that outing.
Civale (1-1) took the loss Monday as Cleveland fell 1-0 to the Rangers, allowing one run on three hits and a walk over six innings while striking out seven.
The right-hander was outstanding in his return to the majors, but Mike Minor was just a little bit stingier for Texas. Civale now has quality starts in both of his outings this season for Cleveland, and his stay in the majors figures to be a lengthier one this time around. He'll next take the mound Saturday in Minnesota.
Civale was recalled from Triple-A Columbus ahead of his scheduled start against the Rangers on Monday, Nick Camino of WKYC Channel 3 Cleveland reports.
As expected, Civale will enter the rotation Monday in place of the injured Danny Salazar (groin). The 24-year-old Civale allowed just two hits while striking out six batters across six shutout innings in his big-league debut earlier in the season. Phil Maton was sent to the minors in a corresponding move.
Civale will be called up from Triple-A Columbus to start Monday against the Rangers, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
The 24-year-old will enter the starting rotation in place of Danny Salazar, who landed on the injured list with a groin issue. Civale made his major-league debut in June and allowed two hits over six shutout innings.
Civale (shoulder) was activated from Triple-A Columbus' 7-day injured list Saturday.
Civale should slot back into the Columbus rotation after missing just under two weeks with the shoulder issue. The young right-hander shined in a spot start with Cleveland back on June 22 but may not be on track to rejoin the big-league rotation anytime soon with manager Terry Francona seemingly content with Zach Plesac and Adam Plutko as the team's back-end starters.
Civale landed on the 7-day injured list at Triple-A Columbus with right shoulder tightness Wednesday.
It's not yet clear how much time Civale is expected to miss. The 24-year-old threw six scoreless innings in his big-league debut back in late June and has a 1.63 ERA in five starts for Columbus.
Civale was optioned to Triple-A Columbus on Monday, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
Civale threw six shutout innings in his big-league debut Saturday against the Tigers, but there's no room for him to stick in the rotation for now with Mike Clevinger returning from an ankle injury on Friday. His strong showing should put him first in line the next time Cleveland needs a spot starter, however. Jon Edwards was recalled in a corresponding move.
Civale pitched six scoreless innings, allowing two hits with three walks and six strikeouts to earn a victory in his major-league debut against the Tigers on Saturday.
It's hard to imagine a better debut for the 24-year-old, who gave up just two infield singles and didn't allow a baserunner to reach third base. Civale actually only threw 46 of 87 pitches for strikes, including just four swinging strikes, but making it though six frames needing just 87 pitches in a major-league debut is quite impressive. This will likely prove to be a spot start for Civale, but if he receives another opportunity, owners should jump at the chance to plug him in the lineup, assuming he isn't in a terrible matchup.
The Indians officially called up Civale from Triple-A Columbus ahead of his scheduled start Saturday against the Tigers.
Cleveland has yet to announce corresponding moves to open up spots on the 40-man and active rosters for Civale, who will be making his MLB debut in the penultimate game of the series. The 24-year-old has made six starts between Triple-A and Double-A Akron this season, compiling a 2.85 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 40:10 K:BB across 41 innings. Due to multiple off days in the schedule over the next two weeks, Cleveland can get by with a four-man rotation after Saturday's contest, so Civale will likely just be making a spot start before heading back to the minors.
Civale is expected to be called up from Triple-A Columbus to start Saturday against the Tigers, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Civale will step into the starting rotation for Mike Clevinger, who landed on the 10-day injured list Friday with an ankle sprain. It's likely to be a spot start for the 24-year-old since the Indians won't require a fifth starter again until after the All-Star break. Civale has a 2.85 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 40:10 K:BB over seven starts between Columbus and Double-A Akron this season.
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